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An 18-mile stretch of Interstate 85 in Georgia, will be outfitted with a data management platform to support a connected vehicle pilot project and create a learning lab to educate jurisdictions about the technology.

The Ray, a section of Interstate 85 in southern Georgia, will be outfitted with connected vehicle technologies as part of a two-year project organized by the Georgia Department of Transportation, Panasonic and The Ray, a stretch of highway named after Ray C. Anderson, a Georgia business leader in green energy. The roadway is a testing ground for innovation in sustainability and transportation.

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